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Sharper Image Wireless transmitter deal

Nope... that didn't work, the signal light is still dead.
**************** I have a set of Sharper Image Wireless Speakers (Sharper Image Wireless 900MHz Outdoor Stereo Speakers (SR277)). My transmitter stopped working today, all of a sudden it was no longer sending a signal, the power light is on, but the signal light dead. Sharper Image is in bankruptcy so I can't get a spare part from them. Is there any other product I could substitute OR a way to fix it?

Rebekah Duncan

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  • Rebekahpd Jul 19, 2008

    tried that too.

  • Rebekahpd Jul 21, 2008

    Do not restart them with the button, that won't reset settings, unplug everything from power for 5 minutes and plug them back. 




    Thanks that actually did work!  It was dead for 3 days, but then uplugged EVERYTHING and let it all sit, and plugged back in ... signal came back.  THANK YOU!

  • baloo1 Mar 07, 2009

    Element EWOS1 Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Speaker System

    Same type speaker as sold by Sharper Image but made by Element and sold through TechFor Less . No blue transmitter light. Worked for awhile but then nothing. Tech for Less solution was to send me another complete set. Now I have 2 non working sets w 2 transmitters and 4 speakers. Power light on but no blue transmit light. Have done the plug pull routine to no avail. Really want to make them work. Is their another transmitter that is compatible to make these work??

  • baloo1 Mar 07, 2009

    Same type speaker made by Element and sold through TechFor Less . No blue transmitter light. Worked for awhile but then nothing. Tech for Less solution was to send me another complete set. Now I have 2 non working sets w 2 transmitters and 4 speakers. Power light on but no blue transmit light. Have done the plug pull routine to no avail. Really want to make them work. Is their another transmitter that is compatible to make these work??

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Do not restart them with the button, that won't reset settings, unplug everything from power for 5 minutes and plug them back.

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Try restarting the whole equipment and see if devices pair together fine on startup.

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